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Kim Ok-bin, a passionate news reporter

2015/06/10 | 384 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of Kim Ok-bin from the movie "Minority Opinion" were released.

"Minority Opinion" is a law movie about the death of two young men at a construction site.

Kim Ok-bin takes on the role of Gong Soo-kyeong, a social reporter who seeks the truth. She styles colorless jackets or jumpers which make it easy for her to move around outside. She also wears a white shirt with her hair cut short.

For convenience, she carries a cross-over bag, a pen in one hand and a notepad in another. Even her make-up is reduced to a minimum to hide the fanciness of actress Kim Ok-bin.

About her style, Kim Ok-bin says, "I tried hard to look as natural as possible. I also met the real Gong Soo-kyeong and talked a lot with her".

Director Kim Seong-je says, "It only took her three pairs of pants, two jackets and a bag throughout the movie". "Minority Opinion" is due on the 25th.

Source : movie.daum.net/moviei...

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